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Magnetic and vibrational properties of high-entropy alloys
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10.1063/1.3538936
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FIG. 1.

Temperature dependence of magnetic moment (applied field of 0.05 T) for high-entropy alloys upon heating (→) and cooling (←).

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FIG. 2.

57Fe phonon partial density of states curves from NRIXS spectra at 300 K. Curves are normalized to unity and offset by integer multiples of 0.04 meV−1. The line without error bars is the curve for FeCoCrNi.

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Table I.

Measured lattice parameter a, Curie temperature T C , saturation magnetization M s , entropy for the Fe atoms , and average phonon energy 〈E〉 of high-entropy alloys. All values are reported at room temperature, with the exception of T C . Values in parentheses are for the alloys after cooling from 1000 °C. The configurational entropy of mixing for a fully disordered random solid solution is shown.

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